Sorry guys, I gotta vent my spleen here.
I talked to this guy the other day, and it’s been bothering me. I take Slipstream pretty seriously… and this guy said, “Oh yeah, I tried Slipstream. It’s pretty good. It’s made by a little father and son company in South Jordan.”
“No. It’s not. It’s made by Crusader Weaponry in Murray.”
“Well, I tried it and it’s not as slick NAME WITHHELD.”
What a bunch of BS. The man does not even know what Slipstream is… so I know he did NOT try Slipstream, and he’s going to say it’s not as slick as that NAME WITHHELD? Come on. Don’t be lying to my face… You didn’t try it and you know, and I know you know it, so stop acting like you’re all high and mighty. You’ve no idea what you don’t know. What a cock.
We’ve extensively tested damn near every Lubricant on the planet that is meant for Firearms. I say near because I’m sure there’s some stuff out there that I’ve not heard of. I freaking have an account at Brownells and Midway USA and I’ve dropped a lot of cash on Lubes to try out. In every case Slipstream not just outperforms it – it blows it out of the water. Reason being, is because our base carrier fluid is Equal to the best oils out there… and that’s just the carrier… we use that as the vehicle to get the actual Slipstream product into where it needs to go. We use a Nano Particulate that is .04 to .06 Microns in size. These particles… these microscopic ball bearings are so small that they create a dust so fine that Respirators can’t filter out poor Joe uses that stuff in the Permanent Treatments, he’s blowing black snot for a week. Those little particles are the magic stuff… It gets into the pores in the metal, fills them, and creates a surface with the lowest coefficient of friction possible. No mere oil or grease is going to do what Slipstream does, because it’s not Slipstream.
Slip2000, FrogLube, Militec, Hoppes, RemOil… whatever your favorite is… If you want stick with it, fine. But don’t try to tell me it’s slicker than Slipstream. Because we tested that stuff and it didn’t perform like we wanted, which is why we made Slipstream in the first place.
Oh that guy… Sales Rep. For who? NAME WITHHELD. Go figure.
Okay, now some guys have fierce brand loyalty. Here’s what you do. Take Slipstream and let the bottle sit for a few days and let the particulates settle. Take a medicine dropper and pull out the carrier oil, leaving the particulates in the bottom of the bottle. Then use the dropper and put in your favorite oil. Then shake the hell out of it. Now you have just taken your favorite oil and Improved the hell out of it. Now, you can be happy.